Valencia 2020 Fixtures
22 dec: Valladolid- Valencia – Buy Valencia Tickets
2 feb: Valencia- Celta Vigo – Buy Valencia Tickets
9 feb: Getafe- Valencia – Buy Valencia Tickets
16 feb: Valencia- Atletico Madrid – Buy Valencia Tickets
23 feb: Real Sociedad- Valencia – Buy Valencia Tickets
5 apr: Valencia- Osasuna – Buy Valencia Tickets
12 apr: Eibar- Valencia – Buy Valencia Tickets
22 apr: Villarreal- Valencia – Buy Valencia Tickets
26 apr: Valencia- Athletic Bilbao – Buy Valencia Tickets
3 may: Granada- Valencia – Buy Valencia Tickets
10 may: Valencia- Valladolid – Buy Valencia Tickets
13 may: Leganes- Valencia – Buy Valencia Tickets
17 may: Valencia- Espanyol – Buy Valencia Tickets
24 may: Sevilla- Valencia – Buy Valencia Tickets
FAQ’s about Valencia CF
How old is Valencia?
Valencia were founded in 1919
What trophies have Valencia won?
Valencia have won six La Liga titles, eight Copa del Rey titles, one Supercopa de España and one Copa Eva Duarte. In European competitions, they’ve won two Inter-Cities Fairs Cups (the predecessor to the UEFA Cup), one UEFA Cup, one UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup, two UEFA Super Cups and one UEFA Intertoto Cup
How popular is Valencia?
Valencia is the third-most supported football club in Spain, behind eal Madrid and Barcelona. It is also one of the biggest clubs in the world in terms of number of associates (registered paying supporters), with more than 50,000 season ticket holders and another 20,000+ season ticket holders on the waiting list.
Where do Valencia play?
Mestalla Stadium is the home of Valencia Club de Fútbol and has a capacity of 52,600 seats. It is renowned for its steep terracing and for being one of the most intimidating atmospheres in Europe.
How large is Mestalla
Mestalla is the eighth-largest stadium in Spain by capacity (49,500). The top 10 stadiums in Spain are: Camp Nou, Santiago Bernabéu, Wanda Metropolitano, Benito Villamarín, La Cartuja, Lluís Companys, San Mamés, Mestalla, Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, RCDE Stadium.
Getting to the Mestalla stadium (view on Google Maps)
If you live outside Spain you will probably decide to travel to Valencia by plane. The main city airport is Valencia-Manises. Many low-cost airlines such as Ryanair, Vueling or Easyjet operate flights to Valencia from several locations in Europe. If you are arriving from outside Europe, you will probably find it easier to fly into Madrid, and then take either a connecting flight (55mins) or a high-speed train (90mins) to Valencia.
The airport is connected to the city by the underground metro train. Take Line 5 (green colour) train, which will show ‘Maritim Serrería’ as its destination, and get off at Aragón. You will find the stadium right in front of you. The journey takes around 25 minutes, and tickets are inexpensive.
If you take a taxi, it should cost you no more than €20.
If you travel to Valencia by train you will either arrive at Estació del Nord (most regional services), or Joaquin Sorrolla (most inter-city and high speed trains from Madrid or Barcelona).
1. Arriving at Estació del Nord station: Take Line 5 towards Marítim-Serreria. Metro stop Aragón is just three stops away.
2. Arriving at Joaquín Sorolla station: Take Line 5 towards Marítim-Serreria. Metro stop Aragón is four stops away.
Mestalla Forever Tour
Do you have any spare time before or after the game? Don’t miss the opportunity to take a tour around the oldest stadium in Spain! Our guides will share passionate insights into Valencia CF’s illustrious past. Click HERE for info and reservations.
Curious about Valencia? Discover all that the city has to offer you!
Bathed by the Mediterranean Sea, Valencia is the third most populated city in Spain and one that combines tradition and modernity with a wide range of tourist, leisure and entertainment offer. Visit the official tourist info site for further information.